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Old 14-02-2018, 03:05 PM
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Grah's Menzi's are Cabbed, think only his Euromach is Canopy.

One of the tilty equipped machines I've driven
peeing down with you too Rory ??
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Old 14-02-2018, 03:17 PM
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can't find any examples of Robert's IP65 push button sticks ............. yet

What's HTH ??? Please Robert
Still top secret, Graham. I'd have to kill you etc, etc. They are a third party bit of kit for when we can't add buttons or when there isn't a cab

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Old 14-02-2018, 03:25 PM
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So what can I have with my Hyundai?

It's piped for hammer and also piped up for what I presume is a grab.

Can the hammer circuit be used for rotate?
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Old 14-02-2018, 03:32 PM
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Still top secret, Graham. I'd have to kill you etc, etc. They are a third party bit of kit for when we can't add buttons or when there isn't a cab

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So what can I have with my Hyundai?

It's piped for hammer and also piped up for what I presume is a grab.

Can the hammer circuit be used for rotate?
I'd be inclined to try it the other way around .... the tilt'd be more tolerant of a less than subtle pedal ..... rotate'd need a bit more finesse

I assume the hammer is two way ??
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peeing down with you too Rory ??
Very much so.... I am just out now to shift the Dumper and roller with the super wagon and drag
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So what can I have with my Hyundai?

It's piped for hammer and also piped up for what I presume is a grab.

Can the hammer circuit be used for rotate?
Need a bit more information, please.

Is the hammer circuit pilot operated or not? To run the high level control systems, they need to be able to control the hammer line electrically and if you have a direct mechanical linkage between the pedal and the valve chest then that limits you.

Are both circuits proportional and, if so, do you have rollers on the joysticks?

What sort of work do you do?

Do you want to use a hammer?

Sorry for the Spanish inquisition, but it just helps to know these things in order to give you the options.

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Old 14-02-2018, 04:50 PM
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I thought that might be the case. That rules out expensive options for my future woodland mini (thank goodness). Iím pretty sure Rexoths roller topped sticks are ip65.
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Old 14-02-2018, 05:35 PM
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Just catching up with the thread. My Euromach is open cab, not even canopy, just a roll bar. I already need 6 bottons on the top of each joystick plus some change over ones on the front to control the machine before adding the tilty, so have a further three buttons added on the sides of each joystick. At the time I had the first tilty, which was some years ago, there were no better options avialable, especially waterproof. To be honest I'm happy with the set up, it does what I want easy enough and is pretty weather resistant. I then had my A20 Menzi set up the same way to avoid brain problems!
I also have the auxilary circuit under the rotate and an s40 quick hitch.
Having had a play on one with rollers it is a lot nicer, but I'm not sure how much time it would save me a day as I'm used to the buttons. Also I don't spend all day every day operating a machine.
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Just catching up with the thread. My Euromach is open cab, not even canopy, just a roll bar. I already need 6 bottons on the top of each joystick plus some change over ones on the front to control the machine before adding the tilty, so have a further three buttons added on the sides of each joystick. At the time I had the first tilty, which was some years ago, there were no better options avialable, especially waterproof. To be honest I'm happy with the set up, it does what I want easy enough and is pretty weather resistant. I then had my A20 Menzi set up the same way to avoid brain problems!
I also have the auxilary circuit under the rotate and an s40 quick hitch.
Having had a play on one with rollers it is a lot nicer, but I'm not sure how much time it would save me a day as I'm used to the buttons. Also I don't spend all day every day operating a machine.
Graham
Why havenít you put up a review of the Eurocomach?
Come on, donít be keeping it quite, whatís the build quality like? They must be the only company to offer a 6 way blade and 3 piece boom on a 6 tonner; Iíd love a look at one.
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